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Thanks for help guys! I'm going to have them dropped to 2.1 on Monday. I bought mine through a place called Essex Distributors out of B.C I think? They were 270.00 shipped, Had a local shop a buddy owns install them with the tires. He isn't going to be to happy to drop them..lol he wasn't to keen on the 2.8 setting to begin with. Sorta talked him into it, I'm gonna hear it from him!
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tons of info on here i love this forum be sure to let us know how u make out at the 2.1 setting as if it helps i may also try this
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Thanks for help guys! I'm going to have them dropped to 2.1 on Monday. I bought mine through a place called Essex Distributors out of B.C I think? They were 270.00 shipped, Had a local shop a buddy owns install them with the tires. He isn't going to be to happy to drop them..lol he wasn't to keen on the 2.8 setting to begin with. Sorta talked him into it, I'm gonna hear it from him!
Same place I got mine
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tons of info on here i love this forum be sure to let us know how u make out at the 2.1 setting as if it helps i may also try this
Joel, I am positive it will help eliminate your wobble.
But a GOOD alignment is needed.
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Same place I got mine
me too, and i did all four corners...my buddy and i did it at his shop..i remember sying after we were done that i wanted to maybe go to the 2.8 setting...he told me to take it somewhere else!!! he wasnt interested in taking them all the way back out to raise the seat!!!
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yeah i got my alignment at the stealership and i noticed some missing wieghts this afternoon on front passenger tire anyone else heard of rotating cvs 180 degrees
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i too am one of these people with the wobble issue i think if someone were to design a drop bracket for the front front end to keep the angles more acceptable thet would solve our problems and make a fourtune
Your fix is $799 plus tax.....Kore high angle CV joints. Problem solved.
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yeah i got my alignment at the stealership and i noticed some missing wieghts this afternoon on front passenger tire anyone else heard of rotating cvs 180 degrees
You still getting the slight wobble in 4wd from Stop to go?

If you are, I strongly recommend dropping them down to 2.1
Just that adjustment alone will make a difference
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Went to the shop today to have the shocks set to 2.1 and ended up getting talked out of it for the time being. He wants me to wait until we get some snow and test it then, since that is the only time 4x4 really gets used. Not to sure if my OCD will let me hold off that long? Had a guy at work suggest lifting the rear to help keep the trucks weight on the front axles. Anybody think this might be an option? I figure the money would be better spent dropping the front.
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